Chinese Trap
Staff News & Analysis     
We wrote about the China property crash recently, but this follow-up article in the UK Telegraph is noteworthy because it seems to reveal some serious economic dilemmas. Interestingly, our initial article analyzed an editorial in Bloomberg not long ago that had a similar conclusion. We wrote: "China's property problems have turned from a demand-side issue to a supply-side one. A few years ago, as we and others in the alternative media have pointed out at length, Chinese construction was booming ...
The Growing Divide Between Western Rhetoric and Economic Reality
Staff News & Analysis     
This article provides us with a logical sequence of events showing quite clearly why central planning ought to work – even though it ...
How To Benefit When Colombia Becomes the Saudi Arabia of Cannabis Oil
Editorial by Ron Holland     
Forget about ISIS, OPEC, the problems with hydraulic fracturing or fracking, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Iran as well as wars for oil and gas ...